28 Burst results for "Esty"

"esty" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

03:26 min | 4 months ago

"esty" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"One was living in it. And her sister told her no, I can't go to a hotel. I can stay there with my kids. So I took my garbage vibe and went there and I didn't. House. For a month and a half on some my house clothes. And I looked at it tomato myself today lucky thing I have faith and I believe in myself and I believe that there is a god because what's the like the chance that vacant house was there for me? So well, you're any going. Where you're going I was going to stay a hotel until my house close. GonNa I was going to stay in a hotel. I haven't made a reservation at a hotel. So I didn't know we're talking I was going. Back Serie Y for me. I've always fed I walk by faith. Not Price sites. and. I have a Mug that I look at it every morning drink my coffee and that Brown. Grounded me let me know that. No matter how much we think we can see things. We don't know what the future holds. The bigger than us we have to believe. That was my leaf leap of faith and today as I sit here I tell you I still walk on thin. Knocked by sites. So, when you think of the day when you were going through booby or is it just looked big to you going looking back now? From you had your plan hotel. I had no plan. No plan at all. All I know I had to get out of there. I had to leave because I said I would look leaving on Best I. gave up to date and I gave that date in June. So for me to leave on first of August. then. He wants to know that two months. And I never thought of it because I was supposed to close in July? And every time I, go to the lady she keeps finger something wrong with the title she was tied up in legal. So what I bear I thought. Well, you know what I have to get out of there because I told him but I am leaving on that date and me with my pride I wasn't going to ask, can I stay longer? It did not even cross my mind. And you WANNA know what harder What I didn't even realize that I was homeless until probably three years ago or two years ago. For I was giving. Giving a speech at Tosa mark. Yes and while giving the speech of what I did but trying to everyone that you have to believe in your phone and once you believe there is no solid there's no fear if you strongly believe in something. You can do it. And there's no fear nothing would stop you from doing it. When you have two quite feel when you're doing something you. Have to think about it maybe this is not the right thing for me maybe I shouldn't do it. I told you I told the story..

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"esty" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"esty" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"So the first question I ask every guest pauline is. What has been your biggest leap in life. When you look back at your life and And a time when you went through something that just felt huge for you where you had to step out of your comfort zone. Debra thank you for that question. In life we have to make choices. And my big asleep was to believe in myself to believe in that I can accomplish anything that I want accomplish and when I mean anything I mean anything because if I don't believe in me, then how can I get things done? How am I able to accomplish anything? I remember a time in my life. When I had to make a decision and I had to make a decision to survive I had to make a decision to be able to live. And I'm GonNa tell you about that time. Many many years ago. And live with my ex. And an incident happened and I told myself. I am leaving. I'm moving out I'm not staying here. I decided that I'm leaving, but I'm going to buy a home. So happened that I got approved by. Thank. All I have to do with go find the hell. Go back to the bank, they would pay for the home. Some reason the mortgage broker has there was something wrong with the pedal on the house. and. It dragged on I was supposed to close June thirtieth. Dragged onto to July. And the meantime I told my ex that I, am moving out. Like thirty, I, come. Still having closed. Now, I have to make the decision because I gave them a date off. August I. When it's came I packed myself. I took my two kids. And that was getting ready to move out. Ben My phone rang. My girlfriend called in could probably in what are you doing? And I said I'm moving out. And moving out. Were you going? I don't know I'm leaving. She said, you stay where you are. You're not going anywhere those kids. I was talking. So by the time she got to my house, I put stuck in my car. We left. Wants through Fridays Fat. Lunch. And then she said, what are you GonNa do now at said, I'm going to get a hotel room, but I'll tell you take the kids local talent like, yes, I am. So happen to said, wait a minute. Let me call my sister. She, called her sister. And her sister had a vacant house that has been locked up for a couple of months..

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"esty" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

04:52 min | 10 months ago

"esty" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

"Way for example that the main character in. Unorthodox wants to in that way they're very comparable to the community that I come from and so you have this problem here. We are. Antisemitism is a central topic. It's constantly on the table but not in such a way that we can see any progress being made from either side. You have this feeling that. The conversation is petrified and that this is something the community ceased to be in its interest and I'll give us an example because at the time that I'd given this interview it was very shortly after an occurrence that made the international news and that it was at the same time that we had a neo Nazi murdering someone in Inada protests I think it was Charlottesville and that same weekend assign in a hotel in Switzerland went viral and this sign was addressed to religious Jews who use the hotel in Switzerland as a vacation Location and it was dressed in German and in English and it was telling Jews to please shower before they use the swimming pool because they weren't doing so and this was uncomfortable for the other guests. Now I understand why religious Jews don't do that because most religious Jews perform their hygienic rituals in the ritual bath. My grandfather never took a shower in his life. Younger Jewish people do that but you know the traditional Jews. Don't see the bathroom something that they would use to clean themselves. They you know they always clean themselves. In the ritual bath and in the case of Switzerland they are probably going into the river to do. So but this sign went viral. All over the world because it echoed. The you know the story of Jews having to shower before they went into the gas chambers and it was it was it was held up as this ultimate Proof of of the anti-semitism in the German language community but was crazy was the religious Jewish people who themselves kept returning to this hotel every year. We're trying to speak up and say we know this woman we've been coming here for years. She's anything if anti-semites this was not anti Semitic this was a woman running a hotel trying to keep all her guests happy trying to accommodate her religious ones and really she went once. You looked into the history of the story. She had been so accommodating towards them but at the same time she didn't want to lose from non-jewish guests who were irritated by the fact that they were constantly being an exception to the rules. And so what happened? Was you had Jewish people all over the world attacking this one individual woman who had made unfortunate mistake and of course you had the German Jewish Committee up in arms. This is proof what we've been saying all along you know everybody who's not Jewish is just the Nazi and you feel that there is this this investment in the constant polarization of the discussion that we have to be enemies forever and we have to distrust each other forever and people in my generation my Peer Group. Jewish people non-jewish people. We'd like to some day. Be Able to hope and believe that the discussion around anti-semitism. We'll be sincere with sincere desire for reconciliation and for healing but at the moment. It just doesn't feel that way. The problem with that Deborah is that people who saw blatant arch enemies of the Jewish people in this country. Like for example Chris Williamson. Who was expelled? Who is before our eyes turning into a national socialist and that is not an exaggeration with you. Say to put these people in the same boat with people who make innocent mistake would be. He would say exactly those things where being silenced by the Hor- cost that's the problem here. Someone you disagree with saying something that you would say doesn't mean that the opinion cannot be grounded. In fact I I have no desire to lend support to blatant arch enemies of the Jewish people but not every single person out there in the outside world is an arch enemy of the Jewish people and we need to be able to make these distinctions because we need the support and the cooperation of these people to fight actual anti-semitism but my experience especially in Berlin has been that anyone who sincerely wants to help is rejected. And I like I said the the the desire of my generation is to work together to heal together because we would like to have an ideal to hope for. We don't want to believe that the world that was is the world that is to come. We WANT TO BELIEVE IN CHANGE. But you can only believe in change if you're willing to work toward it. Deborah Feldman thank you very very much train journey goons Jewish. State's thank you John..

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"esty" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

11:56 min | 10 months ago

"esty" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

"Little bit. Linked to Ron above lovely military and some of the decisions. S. Three made in the show because in the middle of this. Podcast what I'm going to urge my audience to do is to stop the podcast. They've not seen the show and for those who have like. It's like a spoiler alert. I want you to interpret some of what you've presented. That's that's a good idea now. Can I can understand that. All right. So just rinsing that machine off. That's the last staff short dozen clog. This does on one of my questions. About what part of New York do you miss? Oh that is actually a tough question because there is not much about New York City that I MISS. I remember in that in the brief period that I was I was forced to live there because it was the only chance my lawyer insists that was the only chance for me to get a a liberal judge to hear my case so judge. That wasn't in the pockets of the community and I was forced to live there for this period of three years. And I I remember thinking that New York was like all of the cities in the Bible Stories. I been told as a child stories about Sodom and Gomorrah stories about the Tower of Babel. You know stories about cities where the People God arrogant and full of UBS and thought they were going to be exceptions to all the rules and that there was no way to really lift him at them and that these stories always ended with some kind of natural disaster as a punishment from God. And I remember thinking this is going to happen to New York one day just a matter of time and no one. New York barely survives as a city as is and so at the moment there is really just gratitude that I'm I'm living in a city that is probably doing better than most. In current circumstances we have reassuring reports from the news. That you know. Our our health system is not overwhelmed and doesn't look like it will be so in that sense. I really think I'm in the right place. This is amazing how the world is being tipped over who all the most prized people in society. We're banging souls plans for workers but they are the kings and Queens society very suddenly and we can only hope that that lasts that appreciation. I mean I'm pessimistic. Because I think that our appreciation tend to fade as soon as we don't have a reminder But I do think that the effects of this crisis will last for some time. I think longer than we would like to and I think in this period of so-called recovery or of this period of easing out of the crisis is going to be a period in which we re you know rethink a lot of things. We think a lot of values and and maybe this will cause us to make long term changes to the way we live our lives on an individual sense will which will then add up to a collective sense will. This is a very interesting a- junk to the main interview. Deborah Feldman. Thank you very much. And welcome to Jonny Gould Jewish state Thank you so much for having me. Unorthodox on net flicks and inspired by your autobiography has taken your experience to a huge new audience. It is your story Deborah. You left the Hasidic community in New York for an uncharted life in Berlin. How's it going? Oh it's was going very well until recently but it was certainly. I felt like I worked very hard for a very long time to build that life and I'd only just managed to a cheap it before it became quite December slip through my fingers but it took longer than it did in the show. Because there's really no way to show a process of of leaving in finding new bearings in in for hours. It's not possible if you talk to anyone who's left my community there The one thing that we always agree on is that it takes forever and a lifetime. I mean it does it takes forever but I you know I. I kept my expectations quite small. Probably based on the fact that I had observed the attempts of other people to leave I had observed the way these attempts failed and I decided that if I was going to aim for something I was going for something small not too big and I think because I kept my expectations small small. They were continuously Sort of Spunk I mean in. In a way that life just burst my expectations wide open and gave me new ones and yet maybe that's maybe that's a helpful attitude you know. Do not expect much and then to celebrate every small achievement for the purposes of the drama. Deborah there are some quite significant changes particularly in a heroin essays. Berlin experience could you just highlight some of the key differences? What's real in the show? And what isn't for example? They talked about your family being from London and Manchester that it's true but The mother living in a same sex relationship. I I'm wondering that's also true. Oh that's true too. Yeah I think I think that the actual you know like the details that that form on the narrative construct are the same on the details. That are changed are actually quite superficial on and we agreed upon that and before I even answered the questions of what's true and what isn't I would like to. He would allow me to sort of go a little bit more into the back story of how the series came to be because anything. That's interesting so I moved to Berlin at the end of two thousand fourteen and one of the that's quite magical about Berlin because it's a city full of people who come from elsewhere. You know people who very rarely have roots in the area on. This story has a kind of the city has a kind of very open ceiling to its society. Feeling of it anyone can come in. Anyone can go and I say that because in cities like London Paris in New York despite the fact that there are attractive to all sorts of Internationals they do tend to have like internal structures which are difficult to break into people. People have you know. Formed social groups and these social groups are pretty sort of established. And it's not that easy to find your your group of friends when you move to a place like Paris or London whereas in Berlin you can pretty much make friends instantly. I know that sounds unrealistic that it can look unrealistic in the series. How quickly Esti find your niche but it really is true that within a week of moving to Berlin I had a group of friends and and I did everything with a group of friends and this group grew and grew as time went on a established. This tradition with this group of my friends because I couldn't leave the house in the evening because I had a small child I would host these dinners at my apartment. In people would come they would bring other people and they would always bring something and at some point. People started bringing films with them to to sort of project onto my living room wall. Watch together so this entire cultural life of Berlin in my apartment and one of the films that a friend of mine ended up bringing was documentary. Film called Oma and spell up by this a Berlin Jewish filmmaker who lives in L. A. Today named Alexa Caroline Ski and the documentary film is about the friendship between her grandmother. A Holocaust survivor and her best friend. But through this friendship you really learn about three generations of Berlin Jewish family and the way that things changed for each generation in the way that there is the struggled to to sort of be loyal to the past but also to live in the present and the documentary. Touch me to extend that. I was not prepared for because I completely identify with the relationship between the documentary filmmaker and her grandmother who also spoke Yiddish loops who kind of ran her house. The Way Grandmother had round hers. I myself had been extremely close with my grandmother. She was the only really loving person in my life. And so I remember sitting in the living with with all of these new friends in my life watching this film just bawling my eyes out and none of them really understood the extent of why I felt so touched but shortly after I met the filmmaker because she splits time between Berlin and delay and then shortly after that I met Anna Winger. Who's an American living in Berlin? For the last fifteen years I would say who had done the series dodge eighty three and eighty six and I got into my head that if I got these two women together that they would represent the ideal blend of perspectives to adapt my book into the screen. Because I wanted somebody with skill on the level that Anna has sort of you know very big picture you know the ability to bring something to to a massive audience into translate something so that it can be understood by anyone regardless of where they come from but at the same time. I wanted to capitalize on what I'd seen. Alexis film this ability to go into this like incredible amount of detail and make something really authentic and and just sort of like opening up all these layers of meaning. I thought if I get these two women to the same table what can come out of. That is something enormous but also detailed at the same time and so I came to them and I said why. Don't you guys work together in a dock my book and they last you know the first time? I suggested that it was just like what he's just out of the blue clicking every time we'd meet again because we became close friends you know it became less and less of a joke and more and more serious. I started that the idea had taken root in their heads against all odds and and every time they bring it up. I realized that they're actually thinking about it. And so over the space of two three years. It went from being an off hand joe to something very serious and then they sat down with me and said Deborah for really going to do this. We need to talk about how it's going to happen. We we need to make sure that before we signed any contracts because we're friends that we're all on the very same page about how this is going to work and one of the things. We agreed on very early on unanimously. Was that the story that comes to the screen needs to diverge from my own story particularly as it refers to my present life and there are many reasons for that. I think the the artistic reason is simply that some things that work well in literature. Don't work well on the screen that something everyone knows what works in TV but there was also the desire to allow me to have a private life currently just because I wrote my memoir doesn't mean I'll be writing memoirs till I die right I mean I wrote my story. I'm proud that I wrote my story. And on the other hand you know ten years had passed and in those ten years you know. The group of people who'd left had grown from something like around forty to fifty people to thousands. I mean it can no longer be counted and we understood that we needed to tell a story in which other people like me. Other people who had left should also be able to find themselves to tell a story that was more representative of the general experience of leaving and this is why we also had other people join the team that had left the community to sort of consoled and add their perspective. So the crew create something multi-layered so let's talk about the story itself. It's about esty who took piano lessons from a non Jewish teacher in the neighborhood. Who helped her escape tight? Knit community husband. Yakov played by amid resolve discovers an empty house where he was expecting to see as we prepare for Shabas but she suddenly making a run for it to the airport in Berlin. Add to the drama. The era of which is broken. And she's trying to scramble highways through other young Mummies Sangha in good shoppers to her. And she's making a run for it and hiding away. That real drummer of escape is a real part of episode one which was a nerve ing. Yeah no I think it's amazing the way they opened the series with that really like intense. You know a in German. There's this really good word that I think cannot be translated. It's called side who it's like starting from a place of such high stakes. So will you help me your ticket?.

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Dallas - Fort Worth ISD board votes to buy thousands of computers, hot spots for students learning at home

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Dallas - Fort Worth ISD board votes to buy thousands of computers, hot spots for students learning at home

"In fort worth the school board will vote tonight on emergency purchases to help kids still learning at home K. R. L. these Andrew Greenstein with more on that so for fourth I. S. D. board will vote tonight on whether to spend one point two million dollars on thirty one hundred Chromebooks for elementary school students and one point three million on six thousand hot spots for families who have no internet connectivity Clint bond with the fort worth I Esty says a survey found that the device is in hot spots are sorely needed at this time with instruction having moved online we are making those purchases on on March eight basis to get them these tools quickly so they can get back to learning with us online if approved bond says the district hopes to distribute the devices in hot spots within

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Houston - 3-year-old left behind at RodeoHouston on HISD preschool field trip

Houston's Morning News

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Houston - 3-year-old left behind at RodeoHouston on HISD preschool field trip

"A three year old HISD head start students left behind behind by by his his class class after after a a field field trip trip to to the the Houston Houston livestock livestock show show and and rodeo rodeo happened happened last last Friday Friday H. H. I. I. Esty Esty said said well well this this student student was was located located within within minutes minutes by by an an event event attendee attendee who quickly reunited the child with another class from a school

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Dallas: Governor Greg Abbott Says ‘Texas Is Very Well Prepared’ For Coronavirus

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

Dallas: Governor Greg Abbott Says ‘Texas Is Very Well Prepared’ For Coronavirus

"Governor Greg Abbott will let us know later today what the state is planning to do to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Texas K. R. L. these Allen's Geyer reports local communities also getting prepared just in case the CDC's confirmed six cases of coronavirus in Texas but they're all in quarantine and San Antonio governor Greg Abbott says he'll get a briefing at the state operation center this afternoon on precautionary steps Texas can take he says will meet with state and federal health officials to get what he describes as a realistic assessment of the potential danger we've been working with the CDC beginning of outbreak in North Texas fort worth I Esty says it's working with Tarrant county public health and the Texas department state health services to monitor schools the district says school nurses and administrators are following their standard illness outbreak process to keep staff and parents informed and keep schools disinfected for revised pieces parents should follow the same rules as the flu and keep kids home if

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Dallas: Lockdown At Fort Worth Middle School After Fight Involving Students And Staff

Rush Limbaugh

00:20 sec | 11 months ago

Dallas: Lockdown At Fort Worth Middle School After Fight Involving Students And Staff

"Five students are in custody in fort worth following a fight involving students and staff at Rosemont middle school this morning the school was briefly placed on lockdown and fort worth I Esty is not sure how many students were involved or what sparked the confrontation med star ambulance as nine people including five school staff members and a police officer had to be treated for minor

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Dallas: Former Princeton ISD Principal, Larry Latham Arrested For Aggravated Sexual Assault Of 8-Year-Old Boy

Glenn Beck

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas: Former Princeton ISD Principal, Larry Latham Arrested For Aggravated Sexual Assault Of 8-Year-Old Boy

"A former Princeton I Esty principle is behind bars on charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child sixty nine year old relate them is accused of sexually assaulting an eight year old boy authorities aren't saying when or where the incident occurred Collin county police say let them work for the school district from nineteen seventy nine the two thousand two according to The Dallas Morning News laid them is being held on thirty thousand dollars

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Mesquite ISD Says Student IDs Required, No Backpacks At All After-School Events

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Mesquite ISD Says Student IDs Required, No Backpacks At All After-School Events

"News ski school district announcing new security measures for after school activities including sports events this follows that shooting at the high school basketball game in D. I. Esty this month mesquite is now prohibiting backpacks from after school events all students after present their student ID and the districts also won't letting people people can get into the basketball game after the start of the fourth quarter new rules take effect coming up on

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"esty" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"esty" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"With clear skies overnight and for your Wednesday we will be seeing clouds Pushin by the afternoon high of sixty five degrees with a bit of a breeze right now there are young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table you can help change their future in a single moment see how far your support can go at unbound dot org I can't lose you wanna know what liberal CNN thinks of you the trump supporter we got to see the video don lemon in an ever Trumper ragging on people just like you disgusting video to my page right now can Esty dot com and we are clearly not living in a real world phone for living in a Democrat media generated illusion a fantasy land and it is job it's frustrating because everybody is aware of what's happening and yet nobody steps outside it nobody calls it out except for help people like me and others elsewhere in the media what I'm talking about by the way greetings and great to have you with us yes three more hours of broadcast excellence hosted by me your Guiding Light Rush Limbaugh behind the golden EIB microphone so yesterday have the so called trump impeachment trial.

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"esty" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"esty" Discussed on KTRH

"Esty and life liberty live in was number one and we were up against a tough playoff football game Mister producer Seattle and the Packers it was a great game particularly in the second half when we were up against so I want to thank you all those of you who watch live those of you who DVR it have a great guest this week I can't tell you how but the formats what makes it don't you think Rick we have people copping and now PBS other ABC CBS C. N. and they're all doing it that doesn't matter the difference is I'm the host I'm the host and this is something we decided to bring back these long form one on one one of two interviews that I grew up watching with the host was somebody I disagree whether somebody admired enormously like the Buck and I don't pretend to be any of them that's not the point the point is you learn more to me it's more compelling it's more lasting in your memory banks when we do this kind of show not against any other show never works works but I think this is important last Sunday you found out who Tom cotton as you've seen him on TV if heard on radio we didn't really know who he was and these are important and I wanna bring issues to you thought of these folks do their hits on TV and on radio but ten minutes six minutes three minutes interrupted you don't really get a sense for who these people are and once we muscle our way through the impeachment trial and so forth I want to continue bringing people on some of whom you've never heard of before but who are enormously consequence of this society I want to keep that up to so while I do this program for you I'm telling you the truth I don't die to do TV I amassed by every show constantly to come on the scene we constantly on now I was asked by one company to do a show every night I said now I've got living TV so we've carved out this little area on Sunday night free to watch and it's so successful that fox moved from ten PM eastern to eight PM eastern I don't know how why that is but it's what we do so I hope you'll join us every Sunday it's again the format with the focus is on the gas and we have.

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"esty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"esty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"She's being charged for electricity on the day she was completely without power during Esty genies planned outages last month use a four cell only has more the mother of a ten month old says it's bad enough they have to suffer through low temperatures in the thirties that week without power only to get hit with charges for electricity she says she couldn't have you but everybody keeps telling me there was usage there was a spike of power there was this I think when we get a spike of power how come I was sitting in the cold if I had like a power why couldn't I turn on my heaters that would be the first thing I would have done hi Liane laws losing Julian she called Esty Jeannie customer service and was told there's nothing that can be done because the meters at our house so showed she use that electricity now here's news a tether Myers with your micro climate forecasts give you a full afternoon a mix of sun and clouds out there temperatures just slightly warmer compared to yesterday made sixties to low seventies along the coastline most of our inland valley communities are in the mid to upper seventies today get ready for warmer weather to move in as early as tomorrow my name seven sixty I'm Newsday's heather Myers right now it's fair and sixty four in imperial beach by Slater's next A. M. seven sixty talking breaking news this is the line later show you AM seventy six AM the wow this is used to sit in the cold it's in the dark and Julian and Julian had charge is there any I'm the pricier how much she was charged yeah this is kind of irrelevant.

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Mark Cuban donates $100,000 to help schools affected by tornado

Ernie Brown

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Mark Cuban donates $100,000 to help schools affected by tornado

"Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur mark Cuban is reaching into his pocket to help Dallas students affected by Sunday's EF three tornado that ripped through parts of the city officials with Dallas ISD say Cuban will donate one hundred thousand dollars to the Dallas education foundation to support Dallas ISD teachers and students impacted by the storm three D. I. Esty schools were destroyed by the tornado and other suffered significant damage the district has moved students from hard hit campuses to other temporary buildings while repairs are

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"esty" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"esty" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Not making that up and then he told the crowd I swear I'm not losing my mind watch these videos right now they're on my pager can Esty dot com be ready to take the plunge and therefore you have to throw a punch for the children I'm not going to lose that wealth I'm not going to lose it on own dreams when windmills which frankly aren't working too well this get rid of him for you okay so I was a little bit different well the revolution information on and more solutions for America for our final news roundup and.

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"esty" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"esty" Discussed on WTVN

"But they don't think it's stupid enough on media TV then just wait a minute with Casey hunt who apparently is a host on MSL Esty which Chuck Todd what happens when you add two negatives together missed producing that's a negative seventeen in a negative thirty four why even negative fifty one I Q. cut ten go characterize what the woman okay but he is not coming from a male politicians of all parties like I know I that's right that's right women a better character than men so so now so now again we're into the group's thinking the stereotypes of women a better character men there never caddy with each other no gossip no adultery nothing nothing women are perfect to lead to like the one not Serra Pailin you know not a conservative women on a you know Elizabeth wiring in a come Allah harass you know woman I like that kind of woman did you ever hear that said one Sir panel was running now still playing in give then she gave me a bit and Chad but case a little like the one what they always mean is let's select the liberal Ellen the blank you media ladies and gentleman yes these men they're always fighting with each other watch select a woman because they don't fight with each other now she this race in Arizona last time between the two women candidates for the Senate all my lord with the brass knuckles out or what why this say Abrams in Georgia hi when elected to a damn thing she's a liar a propagandist day in and day out question I cracked that she won the election when she lost the election did you see where that's what we need them mark more women that'll fix it don't judge individuals anymore by their heart and their soul when they're mine now their genitalia their skin color you know all kinds of stuff that apparently really turns on the news rooms in America let's do it this way how many women run CNN I think it's a guy little feminine but I think he's a he's not a woman Jeffrey mothers occur I believe last time they checked he was a guy but when a line now and what is a matter what if he's transitioning I can assume I'm not allowed to assume let's pretend it's San Francisco Adam what's going on in there I know what the answer me uses it doesn't matter whatever whatever at let's move over to NBC in a mess of a guy by the name Andrew lack I don't know what he lacks gonna tell your backbone I don't know what it is none of my business but it's angel lack no woman there when we started our newsroom why is about a woman I mean I don't think so my life to say I mean my land of it from a distance and I'm observing doesn't appear to be so what's the problem what's the other one get the CBS well that's actually run by a woman she inherited it but nonetheless it's run by the daughter rex down we can move around and see how many women are actually running things in the media I don't really care personally but apparently I Casey hunter and she sounds like a loud mouth by the way one one no woman I don't like loud mouths less it's mine when we return Andy McCarthy I'll be right back would be nice of search engines and social media sites were on buys platforms they didn't choose a side politically keep dreaming in twenty sixteen that Tekeli to Google bragged about donating millions of dollars to Hillary these big tech companies that restrict the free speech rights of conservatives are the very same corporations were trusting to handle our personal data online I don't want them using my web history or video searches against me that's why I use express VPN every time I go online when I use express VPN these tech companies can't see my I. P. address at all plus express VPN has the added benefit of encrypting.

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"esty" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"esty" Discussed on KTRH

"S. D. board the TVA is never replace the school board in the district as big as H. I. Esty cliff Saunders newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. Texas Republicans fighting back after walking Castro docks trump supporters in San Antonio state GOP chairman James Dickey told you some Sporting News it reminds him of twenty sixteen and we're calling everybody deplorable who would dare to support her opponent and and Castro's absolutely stepped in it and I'm glad to see Texans reacting the way they really should Dickey says Democrats have gotten away with this sort of thing for far too long Katie races time eleven oh three the left is upset about changes to rules for green cards but Jessica VON at the center for immigration studies told Houston's morning news we've got to do it we should be admitting people who are going to be self sufficient and able to support themselves and going to succeed here in our country the open borders crowd cites the Emma Lazarus socialist polling give us your tired your poor but that's not actual immigration policy Space Center Houston doing a study on balance and how it changes as we get older Space Center Houston Phyllis Frio says Danny folks of all ages to perform some relatively easy tests like standing on a balance beam with their eyes closed and then doing some basic head movements now the second part of the study we will ask them to do a tandem or tone to he'll walk for ten staff also with their eyes closed she says all the tests will be scored and then your results will be studied to better determine how aging affects our balance you can see all the details on how to participate in the study at KJRH dot com John Byrne news release some forty K. T. R. H. other week another drop in gasoline prices triple a Texas as the price of gas dropped five cents this week to an average of two forty a gallon that's twenty two cents cheaper than prices were last year on the state drop in price attributed to arise in supply Astros close out their series in Chicago with a thirteen nine loss to the white Sox now they're in Oakland to start a weekend series with the second place ETS covered starts at eight tonight on Katie are H. first page nine oh seven right now the Dow is up eighty the nasdaq is up eight S. and P. five hundred up ten Orland fifty four forty one our next update at eleven thirty now the Rush Limbaugh show OnStar greater Houston's news weather and traffic station news for you seven forty Katie are H. September.

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"esty" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"esty" Discussed on KTRH

"Esty event aimed at detecting heart defects in young people possibly preventing a fatal cardiac event the test will also be offered to cheerleaders band drill team and dance team members as well as any other students involved in similar extracurricular activities students will need to sign up in advance of next Saturday Audrey Morton newsradio seven forty K. Terry the wings two southwest airline planes collide in Nashville International Airport the incident happened last night when the wings of both aircraft came into contact near the gate at the airport no there were no injuries and passengers were transformed to other planes it's one of three this week former special counsel Robert Muller will appear before Congress to testify on his Russia report and Democrats say they'll dig into those words we have more from fox's colonel Scott Muller comes before the house judiciary and intelligence committees starting Wednesday Judiciary Committee chair Jerrold Nadler said on fox news Sunday he plans to get clarification on the finding we're gonna specific questions about to look at page the three forty four a paragraph to please read it does that describe obstruction of justice and did you did you find that the president did that Republicans are expected to focus on whether the Russia probe was legally started in their questioning molars investigation resulted in more than thirty indictments eight people either pleaded guilty or were convicted of felonies good all Scott fox news and the Astros won again last night six to one over the Rangers at minute maid they're playing again today batter up in just a few minutes you can hear the game on sports talk seven ninety actress Natalie Portman is returning to the mall Marvel universe as the first female four going to be interesting Portman appeared in the first three four movies as a love interest Jane foster and in the next movie Thor woven under the hammer is passed on to foster who becomes the new god of thunder Thor Levin thunder comes out in November of twenty twenty one an old G. those goofy Canadians of Sardis in Canada or apologizing for a goof during a live stream to press conference more from fox's can Duffy when police went online last week with their presser about a double murder investigation in British via the sergeant with the royal Canadian Mounted Police at the podium had pink caddie years and whiskers the capital to resign during the presentation apparently was on automatic setting cops responded on Twitter saying they were aware fixing the problem later and repairing the press conference with a clean feet of the sergeant last month the same thing happened during a government ministers press conference in Pakistan that minister blame that situation on human error can Duffy fox news Sally Adams on Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven fourteen KT alright the.

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"esty" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"esty" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Would it. Be nasty boys are nasty men. Esty boys is it seems a little bit catch to get rolls off the tongue a little bit better nasty nasty crew. My lord. What do you call the colts offensive line? Nelson is is nasty nasty, man. A lot of it. It's a great thing. It's a great thing. It's been since we had an offensive lineman like then. I mean, it's honestly, well, if it's about attitude, I I I give that to Frank Reich, but he picked guys with attitude and such Ballard. So that's what matters. Let's let's give them all a chair of the articles, by the way any stars Kiefer. I liked it. You've got traffic. What's that? All right. We have this dense fog advisory until today and northbound four sixty five northwest side slow from eighty six dollars to eight sixty five you go east from there. We're gonna be tied at the Detroit. Westbound four sixty five s slows down around keystone avenue, then drags all the way over to Michigan road to eight sixty five inbound sixty nine stop and go one hundred sixty three down to four sixty five on the east side. Northbound four sixty five grind before Ben pike gone up to seventy fifth and in Kevin if you're on the east side inbound seventy slow from four sixty five to Emerson avenue northbound sixty five from the south side, mercy hit a wall and four sixty five on up to the south split traffic. Sponsored by financial group lead singer financial group helps you enjoy more perfect moments today and tomorrow. Call three one seven eight five to nine one five three or four zero Portland today. I met traffic.

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Trump accuses Omarosa Manigault Newman of breaching her NDA

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Trump accuses Omarosa Manigault Newman of breaching her NDA

"The war of words is. Escalating the White House press secretary Sarah Sanders. Says she can't guarantee that Trump has used a racial epithet specifically the. N. word ever although she. Said he, hasn't used it in her presence President Trump is now calling his. Former aide Omarosa dog and his. Campaign team is threatening legal action against her The Trump campaign says it's going to arbitration to enforce. The nondisclosure agreement Omarosa manigault Newman signed. In two thousand sixteen, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders describes such contracts is common every administration. Prior to the Trump administration. Has had Indiana's particularly specific for anyone that, had a security clearance but there's. Been no suggestion that Omarosa had a clearance and veterans of administrations of both parties. Dispute Sanders is claim that NDA's are. Common

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"esty" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"esty" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Remember that's Kars with a k. Wins news time one forty eight's. The race to replace Connecticut governor Dan Malloy is, sets Ned Lamont defeated Bridgeport mayor. Joe Gannon in the democratic primary I'm proud to. Accept the democratic nomination for governor You will face Bob, Stefanski who won the Republican line. Real battle for freedom has begun for change for And. For future thank you for a big win tonight Fifty six year old is a former investment banker Lamont on a democratic primary before beating former Senator Joe Lieberman who return the favor in the following November when he appeared on the ballot as an independent Connecticut also. Poised to send its first African American woman to congress after Democrats chose. Johanna haze over Mary Glassman to succeed congresswoman Elizabeth Esty there are a lot of first, Mark in yesterday's primary voting in four states. In Vermont Democrats nominated the first transgender candidate. For, Governor, Christine hall quest will take, on Republican, governor Phil Scott Minnesota Republicans rejecting former governor Tim poll. And is effort to get his old job back, GOP they're, backing Jeff, Johnson and Stanfield face democratic congressman Tim. Walls Wisconsin governor Scott, Walker will face Democrats, only Evers he in the fall hundreds of Catholic priests accused. Of sexual abuse have been. Identified in a new report the report is beyond shocking the grand jury uncovered credible evidence of. Sexual abuse against three hundred and one Predator priests Pennsylvania attorney general. Josh Shapiro said they were able to identify over one thousand child victims after examining records from six Catholic diocese in the state though the grand jury notes they believe that number was in the thousands the cases date back to nineteen forty seven the grand juries reports said quote priests were raping. Little boys and girls and the men of God who were responsible for. Them not only did nothing they hit it all Steve Kastenbaum pretend ten wins wins news, time one fifty newly legalized sports betting in. New Jersey is bringing in tens of millions. Of, dollars, figures from New Jersey's division, of gaming, enforcement says forty point six million dollars in sports bets. Were placed at casinos and racetracks in the first, full month, in which, it was legal the agency says the. Borgata ocean resort and, Bally casinos as well, as the Monmouth park and Meadowlands racetrack saw gross revenue of. Three point eight million dollars. From sports bets but that doesn't include longer term bets like who will win Super Bowl which won't be paid out for many months Correspondent Mark Remillard Wins news time one fifty one From.

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"esty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"esty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Look sean i've never seen you in it's a special occasion but i'm glad john kfi am six forty sunday morning with elizabeth esty nossa five thirty four am nice little breeze out there sixty two degrees but it's going to be warm today and they've got a lot of happiness happening in west hollywood today with the pride festival and parade now listen i'm need your help guys i don't often come to you but i do because we again we need to stick together and my one of my dearest friends is a doctor he sees a lot of patient he really cares about his patients and this is the way the kind of doctor you want in your life reached out to me and said i elizabeth you know what i've got a patient she's ninety one i believe melita allstone shake and i hope i'm saying right her daughter's on the phone with me right now we're about to get her on but let me just say this she is she's you beating victim she's lived at this apartment unit in torrance for over a decade and against his heart disease she's very ill she's ninety one we don't know how much longer she has but to live the last few day you know not days years of your life being homeless and ninetyone with daughter who takes care of you is again just in humane wrong and so many levels i know you want as a new you know as a developer as a property owner you wanna make more get a little more for what you got i'm sure you're not you're gonna you'll survive if you don't make that much more in your you know your return on investment if you just let this woman live in that apartment 'cause she only you know seniors live on a fixed income right so apparently the old business property owner allowed her to stay there for a rent that was very affordable she lives on something like a thousand dollars a month and now her rent is more than that like overnight comes in and says on the new owner and now you gotta pay me over a thousand dollars a month and i really don't care what your situation is.

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President Trump Is Tweeting About Amazon Again

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:05 min | 3 years ago

President Trump Is Tweeting About Amazon Again

"Of the stories that we are following for you today jury selection resuming in the sexual assault retrial of bill cosby only one juror white male in his late twenties or thirties has been seated on that panel connecticut congresswoman elizabeth esty will not seek reelection a democrat she came under fire for her handling of sexual harassment allegations against your former chief of staff well president donald trump continues to go after amazon president trump threatening major changes for amazon on monday tweeting only fools or worse are saying that our money losing post office makes money with amazon they lose a fortune and this will be changed also are fully tax paying retailers are closing stores all over the country not a level playing field it's all part of a tweet storms aimed at the tech titan the president suggesting rate hikes shipping amazon packages sending shares of amazon spiraling down more than five percent amazon ceo jeff bezos who also owns the washington post once invited to be on the president's tech council now caught in the crosshairs so exactly how much money is the.

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"esty" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"esty" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yesterday essentially praising them over cnn an nbc as much fare much better you know has cast a certain light on their decision that his lawyers at the justice department are now poised to make now we don't know that that is the reason why claire would have been so supportive of president trump by any means but we do now that they're supporting president trump and the president's being supportive of them david thanks very much you bet that's npr's david folkenflik a few days ago congresswoman elizabeth esty acknowledged that she mishandled a sexual harassment case involving her former chief of staff she then got a lot of pressure from members of our own party to step down and now the connecticut democrat has announced that she will not seek reelection here's jeff cohen from connecticut public radio after she first learned of the allegations that she of staff tony baker had punched and made death threats to a female member of our staff sd kept baker in his job for three months when she eventually fired him as he gave baker both a severance payment and a letter of recommendation in an interview friday sd apologized said she felt guilty and wished she had better protected her staff i think it was wrong to give him a recommendation i wanted to get this over as fast as possible and i'm also someone who believes in second chances at first resisted calls to step down but by monday afternoon she announced she'd leave office at the end of her term this year state senator may flex her welcomed the move a democrat she was the first of her colleagues to call on sc to resign because instead of suspending baker when she first learned of the allegations sd let him stay in his post what message did that not only send to the victim in this situation but to the rest of her staff who thought they were gonna get relief once the congresswoman finally knew of the alleged behavior of her chief of staff and instead she allowed him to continue to lead her office mark pez neo is a reporter who covers state politics for the connecticut mirror a nonprofit nonpartisan news site he says democrats didn't want to spend the summer campaign defending esty who had previously said that democrats republicans all members of congress should have zero tolerance for workplace harassment pasni.

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"esty" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"esty" Discussed on WLOB

"But i is phil valentine sean westwood one radio network i never even heard of this chick but congresswoman elizabeth esty she got me quitting the business says it jim we know she would not resign but she's not gonna remember election she says says in the immediate aftermath of revelations that representative elizabeth s kept her chief of staff on the payroll for three months after another former aide made allegations of sexual harassment against him the connecticut democrat insists she would not resign for those who have asked i want to be clear that i'm not resigning she said in a statement i have important to work important work to do in congress including building on the lessons of this horrible series of events and then this afternoon she reversed course announcing announcing her retirement on facebook actually i i'm in i'm resigning i years too many women she wrote have been harmed by harassment in the workplace and the terrible situation in my office i could have and should have done better her decision not to seek reelection comes on the same day that she took two steps clearly aimed at stopping the political bleeding i she issue issued a dear colleague letter in which he asked rhetorically how did i not know that's like hillary what happened how did i not see it what i do know is that wasn't an isolated incident on capitol hill and that we can and must do better to ensure a safe environment of employees she called on the house ethics committee to expedite its investigation into the matter although we work with the house employment counsel to investigate an ultimately dismiss this employee for his outrageous behavior from with the former staff i believe it is important for the house ethics committee to conduct its own inquiry into the matter she wrote.

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Connecticut Rep. Elizabeth Esty announces she won't seek re-election

Overnight America with Jon Grayson

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Connecticut Rep. Elizabeth Esty announces she won't seek re-election

"But i is phil valentine sean westwood one radio network i never even heard of this chick but congresswoman elizabeth esty she got me quitting the business says it jim we know she would not resign but she's not gonna remember election she says says in the immediate aftermath of revelations that representative elizabeth s kept her chief of staff on the payroll for three months after another former aide made allegations of sexual harassment against him the connecticut democrat insists she would not resign for those who have asked i want to be clear that i'm not resigning she said in a statement i have important to work important work to do in congress including building on the lessons of this horrible series of events and then this afternoon she reversed course announcing announcing her retirement on facebook actually i i'm in i'm resigning i years too many women she wrote have been harmed by harassment in the workplace and the terrible situation in my office i could have and should have done better her decision not to seek reelection comes on the same day that she took two steps clearly aimed at stopping the political bleeding i she issue issued a dear colleague letter in which he asked rhetorically how did i not know that's like hillary what happened how did i not see it what i do know is that wasn't an isolated incident on capitol hill and that we can and must do better to ensure a safe environment of employees she called on the house ethics committee to expedite its investigation into the matter although we work with the house employment counsel to investigate an ultimately dismiss this employee for his outrageous behavior from with the former staff i believe it is important for the house ethics committee to conduct its own inquiry into the matter she wrote.

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"esty" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"esty" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To curb greenhouse gases state air quality regulators stanley young for the last fifty years california has had the authority under the clean air act to set standards that are tougher than federal standards california's prepared to sue the epa if it yanks the state's waiver but the agency says it can't be sued because it must first gather public comment before finalizes any changes and that could take a couple of years for npr news i'm danielle carson in pasadena california the acting head of the consumer financial protection bureau is asking congress to trim his agency's regulatory powers mick mulvaney says the spending authority that he has should only rest with congress the agency was created in two thousand ten to protect consumers from abuses by the financial industry the us supreme court says an arizona police officer cannot be sued for shooting tucson woman in her front yard npr's nina totenberg reports that the justices tall stout the woman's case the court said the officer acted reasonably given that amy hughes was carrying a knife that she was standing within striking distance of a woman who the police officers did not know was hughes roommate and that hughes failed to drop the knife when ordered to do so in dissent justice sonia sotomayor joined by justice ruth bader ginsburg said the decision is symptomatic of the courts increasingly one sided approach to excessive force cases resulting in an absolute shield for law enforcement officers sending an alarming signal to police they can shoot first and think later and telling the public that palpably unreasonable conduct will go unpunished nina totenberg npr news washington data privacy concerns and renewed fears arising trade tensions sent stock markets lower in the us and asia market strategist art hogan of be riley financial says it's not really all that unusual this time of year we have friday off for good friday thursdays usually a positive day and boy it was ever right so you know but after a big update like that whether it's a short squeeze or nearterm reversal and a downtrend we tend to reverse at least part of those games the following monday the dow jones industrials lost nearly two percent in yesterday's trading on asian markets today shares are lower down one percent in shanghai this is npr news amid calls for her resignation congresswoman elizabeth esty says she will not seek reelection the connecticut democrat is facing criticism over her handling of abuse allegations against her former chief.

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Lawmakers Call For Conn. Rep. Elizabeth Esty to Resign

The Savage Nation

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Lawmakers Call For Conn. Rep. Elizabeth Esty to Resign

"With the most trusted news the latest news from the talk of connecticut wbrc new center human remains found in bloomfield last week where identified as a woman who had been missing since september according to police fifty six year old elizabeth ryshkov was reported missing on september twenty second the medical examiner's positively identified how our the cause of death has not been established anyone with information is asked to contact the bloomfield police a woman arrested after allegedly crashing into a state police vehicle brian forster has the story we have arrested a hartford woman who allegedly crashed into a state police vehicle on i eighty four on sunday the motorist was charged with driving under the influence driving without a license or insurance reckless endangerment and more the officer was treated at hartford hospital for minor injuries for the talk of connecticut i'm brian forster for the latest news go to talk of connecticut dot com or follow us on twitter at talk of ct connecticut state senate president is calling for rap to resign brad davis has the details connecticut state senate president pro tem martin looney has called on united states representative elizabeth esty to resign from her physician sti has been criticized for her handling of repeated domestic abuse incidents by a fire chief.

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